National Working Families Report 2019: Parents and carers need our support

This article is authored by Emma Walsh, CEO Parents At Work and is originally published by Parents at Work. Competing pressures of work and caring responsibilities are adversely impacting the health and well-being of Australian working families. Government and the business community are being called on to do more to invest in and embed family friendly … Continue reading National Working Families Report 2019: Parents and carers need our support

Boxed in: the fragility of men

This article is authored by David Leser and is originally published by Sydney Morning Herald. Eve Ensler, the American author of the era-defining stage play The Vagina Monologues, had every reason to fear and despise men, and to be reluctant to hear what ails them; from a young age, she was beaten, bruised, choked and nearly … Continue reading Boxed in: the fragility of men

Top 5 Mindful Parenting Tips

This article is authored by Janet Etty-Leal of Holistic Services Group (HSG), part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on HSG's website. Mindfulness is the art of noticing what matters now. And for most people, commitment to family relationships is a top priority. Home is where the heart … Continue reading Top 5 Mindful Parenting Tips

Playful ways to teach kids about money

The Australian dollar coin is undervalued. I don’t mean that as a comment on the strength of our currency but rather that that little golden coin is both a lesson in social sciences and financial literacy just waiting to be explored with your child. I spent a recent very hot afternoon with my six-year-old great … Continue reading Playful ways to teach kids about money

What Most People Learn Too Late about Happiness!

This article is authored by Kathy Donaldson, Career Consultant & Life Coach, Educator and Trainer, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article on Kathy's website. When we think of happiness and success, we tend to believe that is waiting for a time or condition when we can be happier or … Continue reading What Most People Learn Too Late about Happiness!